Further Reading

Annan KA (2001) We the Children: Meeting the Promises of the World Summit for Children. New York: United Nations Children's Fund.

Bellamy C (1996) The State of the World's Children: 1996, [Contains social goals for 1995 and 2000]. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bellamy C (1998) The State of the World's Children: 1998 [Special focus on nutrition]. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Black M (1986) The Children and the Nations. The Story of UNICEF. New York: United Nations Children's Fund.

Black M (1996) Children First. The Story of UNICEF, Past and Present. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Grant JP (1991) The State of the World's Children: 1991 [Contains full texts of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the World Declaration and Plan of Action from the World Summit for Children]. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Shrimpton R et al. (2002) UNICEF Nutrition Portfolio Review (1980-1999). New York: United Nations Children's Fund.

Shrimpton R and Schultink W (2002) Can supplements help meet the micronutrient needs of the developing world? Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 61: 223-229.

UNICEF (1990) Strategy for Improved Nutrition of Children and Women in Developing Countries. A UNICEF Policy Review. New York: United Nations Children's Fund.

UNICEF (2001) Progress Since the World Summit for Children: A Statistical Review. New York: United Nations Children's Fund.

UNICEF (2002) Annual Report, 2002. New York: United Nations Children's Fund.

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